Lockdown Level 4 - What can be bought and sold

Informal traders and spaza shop owners take note

All items on the list are able to be sold across all levels of retail which includes spaza shops, informal traders and e-commerce stores. 

This is the full list of items that can be sold at level 4:

    No sale of liquor is permitted.
  • Food products, including non-alcoholic beverages and pet food;
  • The sale of hot cooked food, for home delivery only;
  • Toilet paper, sanitary pads, tampons and condoms;
  • Hand sanitiser, disinfectants, soap, alcohol for industrial use, household cleaning products, and personal protective equipment;
  • Products for care of babies and toddlers;
  • Personal toiletries, including hair care, body, face, hand and foot care products, roll-ons, deodorants, dental care products;
  • Medical and Hospital Supplies, medicine, equipment and personal protective equipment;
  • Fuel and lighting, including coal, wood, paraffin and gas;
  • Airtime and electricity;
  • Hardware, components and supplies;
  • Components for vehicles undergoing emergency repairs;
  • Chemicals, packaging and ancillary products used in the production of any these products;
  • Textiles required to produce face masks and other personal protective equipment and winter clothing;
  • Winter clothing, footwear, bedding and heaters and the components and fabric required to manufacture these;
  • Children’s clothing and fabrics and components required to manufacture these;
  • Stationery and educational books;
  • Personal ICT equipment including computers, mobile phones and other home office equipment;

         No sale of liquor or cigarettes is permitted.